[FUN_Mail] vision lab ideas?
Tracy M Hodgson
t-hodgson at northwestern.edu
Fri Feb 5 17:00:14 EST 2016
I also do the fly ERG lab at NU, following the protocol from Ilya Vilinsky and Karl G. Johnson:
I make a wick electrode by looping and tying a cotton thread through half a piece of electrode glass. Once I push it into the electrode holder I cut the thread. You can then fill the electrode with ringer to keep the thread wet. If anyone wants any more details on doing the experiment let me know. It's very easy for students to get data in this experiment.
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I just learned the Wild ERG (electroretinogram) experiments at the CrawFly
course in January. They are super simple and robust for physiology
These use a contact electrode (essentially a wet piece of string) which
makes the whole protocol almost foolproof.
On Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 11:47 AM, Kozlowski, Dorothy via FUN_Mail <
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> Hi Everyone,
> Just reaching out to see if anyone has any suggestions on labs for vision
> for upper level undergraduates. I do the cow eye dissection, blind spot
> demonstration, as well as a small demo on the distribution of rods and
> cones (I.e. What do they see first…the pen or color of the pen) and have
> had the students analyze some visual illusions. I’ve scoured the internet
> and ERIN but haven’t really found anything that’s much different. Any new
> creative ideas out there? dkozlows at depaul.edu
> Dorothy Kozlowski Ph.D.
> Department of Biological Sciences
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